Monday, January 23, 2012

Private, Public Transport

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul

How can we change it!

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul
This guy in the orange is a municipality employee, his job is to keep the streets clean. Now judge it this way. How can we work with other people to change their habit of pissing on the roadside, if they do it.

Fish frying pan!


Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul

Frankly, I really don't want to criticize, but the situation in my hometown makes me say it. The smuggled fish I wrote about in the post before, they fry them in this pan, and the oil is sometimes a week old. Once again imagine what we really eat.

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Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul

Fish Suppliers!

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul
Fish import according to the Afghan Customs Law is not allowed, but like many other goods it is smuggled. When I say smuggled this doesn't mean the Afghan authorities don't know anything about it, but it means, the importer pay and pass behind the wall. As a food item, it perishes very quickly and imagine the fish that walks from Indus (Karachi to Kabul). This is what we eat.

Transportation pains in the winter

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul
Afghanistan as a developing country has a lot of problems, corruption at high level, security, unemployment and many more. A very large percentage of the population lives bellow life standards. Winter as much as it is a good season for the country because of the agriculture it is also a pain for the people.

Driving in the snow!

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul
I don't know if this happens everywhere in the world. But driving in Afghanistan is crazy in the winter. Roads are all full of snow, but people drive without chains on.

Winter life in Kabul

Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, January 23, 2012, Kabul

Saturday, January 7, 2012

Fun, but Risky!

Photo By: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, February 2009

Afghan Future

Photo By: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, February 2009

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Wednesday, January 4, 2012

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Photo by: Mohammed Ibrahim Wahid, April 2009

Tuesday, January 3, 2012